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January 2022

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Salem Poetry Project Featuring a Celebration of Erik Muller
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
In November we lost Erik Muller an Oregon poet, editor, and poetry supporter. Muller lived in Oregon since 1969, teaching English at community colleges in Coos Bay and Eugene. He is a founding editor of Fireweed and since 2002 the editor and publisher of Traprock Books. Muller wrote essays about Oregon poets, including , ...
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Salem Poetry Project Featuring Kelly Terwilliger
7:00 pm
Kelly Terwilliger is the author of two collections of poems, Riddle, Fish Hook, Thorn, Key, and A Glimpse of Oranges. She works as a writer, storyteller, and artist-in-residence in public schools in Oregon, and has taught oral storytelling at Williams College in Massachusetts. She is presently working on an anthology o , ...
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Salem Poetry Project Featuring Concepción Sámano
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Ma. Concepción Sámano Patiño, was born in Jaral del Progreso, Guanajuato, Mexico in 1971. She obtained a degree in philosophy at the University of Guanajuato. She was a fellow of the State Fund for Culture and the Arts in the area of narrative (1999-2000) and poetry (2002). She has attended various courses, workshops ( , ...
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Winter Fishtrap: “Drought”
All Day
Registration opens Dec. 15 for Fishtrap’s winter online conference, which will take place online on Jan. 22 and Jan. 29. Speakers will explore the theme of Drought in relation to the environment, the economy, socio-economic justice, cultures, and the ultimate future of the West. , ...
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Willamette Writers open mic
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
The Coast and Corvallis chapters of Willamette Writers will host their quarterly open mic on Zoom. Everyone, members or not, from the Coast or Corvallis or not, is welcome to share their original work for five minutes. For more information, or to register to receive the Zoom link, visit https://willamettewriters.org/ev , ...
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Salem Poetry Project Featuring Jim Merrill
7:00 pm
Jim Merrill grew up in the Bay Area near Berkeley and observed the Free Speech Movement on campus with keen interest. He worked as a skiing photographer after college and took bit-parts in movies in L.A. while writing screenplays until he settled into a teaching career at University of Colorado, where he studied the Be , ...
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